no problem

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no problem (uncountable)

  1. Something easy, not difficult, not posing problems.
    Finding this house should be no problem if we use a good map.


  • Note: These translations may not all be nouns.


no problem

  1. Certainly, sure (said when granting a request).
    Porter, can you help me with my bags?No problem, sir.
  2. No thanks is necessary; you're welcome (said in response to an expression of gratitude).
    Thank you. — No problem.
  3. No apology is necessary; think nothing of it (said in response to an expression of regret).
    I'm sorry. — No problem.


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